Making the transition from a Bachelor student to a Master student can cause some frustration. It is a new way of studying, new fellow students, and, for some, even new surroundings. In other words, it can prove difficult to find the way to become a fully established Master student. To help you overcome most of these initial difficulties, Studenterlauget presents the Master Introduction Days 2016.
In order to ensure a comfortable transition to your new life as a Master student, Studenterlauget invites all new Master students to participate in the Master Introduction Days, where two coordinators and about 40 instructors cooperate closely with faculty staff and other employees to give you the best possible start to your Master programme.
The following Master programmes are a part of the Master Introduction Week organized by Studenterlauget:
The Master Introduction Days take place in week 35. The length of the introduction programme depends on whether or not you have prior affiliation with Aarhus BSS.
At the beginning of the week, students who are new to Aarhus BSS will receive information from all relevant bodies on campus as well as an introduction to the faculty and the city of Aarhus. At the end of the week, all new Master Students will be given the opportunity to get to know each other within and across the individual Master programs. In addition, the programme coordinators, student unions and former/current students will introduce you to the special characteristics of your particular line of study.
As the Master Introduction Days offer a wide range of activities, we encourage everyone to reserve the whole day and evening in the days you are expected to participate.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to get fully established as a Master student, academically as well as socially. We see it as a vital part of getting a good start to your new study.
For a more detailed programme for the Master Introduction Days 2016, see the menu to the left.
Jeanett Behrndtz Jørgensen and Nick Lykke Laursen, Master Introduction Days Coordinators 2016